The government has stepped in to take action over persistent complaints of poor service on First Great Western.
High-polluting cars will have to pay £25 to enter London's congestion charge zone from later this year, it has been announced.
The government today promised to create 100,000 extra seats across England's busiest train routes.
Parents of severely disabled children would be given priority parking under proposals outlined by the government today.
The government risks being made a "laughing stock" over its poor enforcement of road tax, MPs have warned.
The government today pledged to spend £140 million encouraging cycling among children and adults.
Delays and cancellations across the rail network were "unacceptable" and a "fiasco," MPs said last night.
School leavers will be sent on six-week trips to countries including China and India courtesy of the government.
Labour peer Lord Ahmed has spoken of his shock after being involved in a fatal motorway collision on Christmas Day.
There are no "issues of concern" over the manner in which secret Labour donor David Abrahams was granted planning permission for a Durham business park, auditors decided today.
Ruth Kelly has admitted that the personal details of three million learner drivers have been lost in the latest data row to engulf the government.
The loss of thousands more people's personal records in the post undermines the government's case for ID cards, the Liberal Democrats said today.
The government has set out how it plans to deliver the Thames Gateway project by 2016.
The government was today accused of pricing people off the railways after it emerged train fares are set to rise by as much as 14 per cent.
Young people leaving school or starting their first job will be targeted by the government under efforts to encourage people to switch to public transport.
Ruth Kelly today unveiled the government's new transport strategy, designed to increase economic competitiveness without harming the environment.
A traffic management scheme that allows motorists to drive on hard shoulder of the motorway during busy periods could be rolled out nationally, the transport secretary said today.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) today advised the government to introduce 20mph speed limits in urban areas.
The UK is pushing for EU restrictions in aviation emissions to include international flights entering European airspace.
Boris Johnson has been overwhelmingly selected as the Conservative candidate for the mayor of London.
Labour resisted the temptation to use today's sustainable communities debate to stake a leading role in the green agenda.
Traditional light bulbs are to be phased-out as part of efforts to control climate change.
The Liberal Democrats today called for a £12 billion investment in the railways that could see passengers travel between London and Edinburgh on 170mph trains.
The Liberal Democrats have called for a public inquiry into the Grayrigg train crash, which killed one and injured at least 20 others.